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The Hockey World Cup started with a bombshell: Latvians defeated Canada

The Hockey World Cup started with a bombshell: Latvians defeated Canada

There was strong German success and close Russian success on the opening day of the World Hockey Championships in Riga, and the host became the sprinter, beating Canada 2-0 by surprise.

The Olympic squadron was the first and last third undecided against the Italians, but the second season completed 5-0 with a clear victory. Hydro Fehrvr AV19 player Alex Petan entered the Italian race, who will be the opponent of the Hungarians in August at the Olympic qualification tournament in Riga.

The Olympic Russian Olympic Athlete (OAR) in Pyongyang 2018 won a gold medal in Russia 19 seconds before the last bagpipe. These two teams took the Russian bronze in 2019.

The host, Al Raisi, beat Canada 2-0 by surprise. The Latvian team won the last silver medal against the 2018 Olympic team in the bronze medal over Pyongyang 2018.

The other evening, the Slovaks easily beat Ferro.

the group:
Slovakia-Belarus 5-2 (3-0, 0-0, 2-2)
Russia – Czechoslovakia 4-3 (1-1, 1-1, 2-1)

Group B:
Letters – Kannada 2-0 (1-0, 1-0, 0-0)
Germany-Italy 9-4 (2-2, 5-0, 2-2)

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